Juli Inkster Interview starts around 26:00 minute mark
"If you can say you won the U.S. Women's Open you have credibility on the streets around the world"
It's U.S. Women's Open week!! The biggest event in women's golf is here and we caught up with two-time champion Juli Inkster to talk about the importance of the tournament, why it gives her credibility around the world, the long wait for her first U.S. Women's Open title, edging Annika Sorenstam, raising kids on the LPGA and why 1999 was the best year of her career. We even ask Juli how much longer she'll compete.
In our roundtable, Ron Sirak, Amy Rogers and Bret Lasky give the latest on the storms in Shoal Creek and what it means for the tournament. We also discuss if the USGA should go to "life, clean and place" versus playing the ball down. In addition, we make picks!In "Go For It or Lay Up", Amy and Ron debate Sung Hyun Park's prospects of defending and if the USGA should set up the the U.S. Women's Open courses a bit more birdie friendly.